This is one of our Gable Plans built in Tazmania!
Gazebo or Pavilion in Tasmania with a Gable Roof
Below is the nice circular saw jig that Kerry built to cut the curved Rafters
As suggested on your website, the curved Rafters can be cut fairly easily with a circular saw. Essentially this just uses a curved piece of hardwood that the blank slides under to do the cut on the top of the beam. A spacer (122mm wide) is then inserted for the bottom cut. I used a small diameter circular saw because I thought this might handle the curve better that a larger blade. However, each cut needs to be done in two passes or else the saw struggles.
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